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2001 Benedict Canyon Drive: 120 Acres of Blank Canvas

Offering limitless possibilities to create a one-of-a-kind compound, The Enchanted Hill combines a prime location, ultimate privacy, massive acreage and flat pads.

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Just a Few Minutes From the Beverly Hills Hotel and Rodeo Drive, 2001 Benedict Offers 120 Acres of Land Provides Stunning Views in Every Direction

“Comprising five graded buildable sites all with extraordinary views whether city, ocean, downtown, the mountains and canyons, and with the infrastructure already in place, it is truly a blank canvas, which is perfect for complete creativity in design,” says agent Jesse Lally, co-listing 2001 Benedict Canyon Drive, Beverly Hills—120 acres of land with Zach Goldsmith, Jeff Hyland, and Rick Hilton all of Hilton & Hyland.

To help potential buyers imagine what this land could become, Jesse Lally asked Alex Nerovnya, who with his team of nine designers and architects specializes in the conceptual design of private villas and hotels, to reflect his vision for the project. 

“It was done completely along the lines of our philosophy of architectural ecological minimalism with maximum connection with the environment, landscape and greenery,” says Alex Nerovnya.

“The core geometrical shape that became a foundation of this project was the simplest cylinder—all architectural and design solutions were created around this form…Each building plot in The Enchanted Hill can be viewed as a separate truncated hilltop, for which it was necessary to come up with a laconic architectural form that would not only fit into the landscape itself but also organically interact with other buildings along the road and did not get lost among them, or did not seem like some single concept that was cloned throughout the five buildings.”

A main residence, multiple guest houses, a fitness, and wellness center and spa, an entertainment complex, a sports arena, equestrian facilities, and a vineyard and winery are some of the many options within reach for this unparalleled property, which is currently on the market for $95,000,000.

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Zach Goldsmith | 310.908.6860 | DRE# 01454329
Jesse Lally | 781.248.1688 | DRE# 01914868
Jeff Hyland | 310.278.3311 | DRE# 00389584
Rick Hilton | 310.278.3311 | DRE# 00904327
of Hilton & Hyland

List Price: $95,000,000

Renderings by Alex Nerovnya Studio @alex_nerovnya
Photographs courtesy of Hilton & Hyland

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